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Christiane Noll, a celebrated American actress and singer, has captivated audiences on Broadway and beyond for over two decades. Born in New York City in 1968, Noll's musical roots run deep - her father was a conductor and her mother a soprano. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University, she launched into a successful career that has spanned musicals, concerts, and even opera.

Noll's breakthrough role came in Frank Wildhorn's Jekyll & Hyde, where she originated the role of Emma Carew. Her powerful vocals and stage presence earned her critical acclaim. This success continued with notable performances in Urinetown (Ovation Award), Ragtime (Tony and Drama Desk nominations, Helen Hayes Award win), and more recently, a stint in the Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen.

Noll's versatility extends beyond these acclaimed productions. She's graced the Broadway stage in shows like Miss Saigon, City of Angels, and even the festive Elf. Her repertoire also includes beloved musicals like Little Shop of Horrors, Into the Woods, and Follies (St. Louis Critics Circle award).

Beyond Broadway, Noll is a sought-after concert performer. She's been a frequent guest soloist with symphony orchestras worldwide, showcasing her impressive range. She's also released five solo CDs, further solidifying her musical talent. Noll even lent her voice to the animated film The King & I as the singing voice of Anna.

Christiane Noll's dedication extends to the next generation of performers. She established the Charlotte Black Memorial Fund at her alma mater, Carnegie Mellon University. This award honors her late voice teacher and supports aspiring musical talents. With a captivating voice, undeniable stage presence, and a passion for music, Christiane Noll continues to be a force in the performing arts world.

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